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ansun sujoe, >> it's friday may 30th. rocker brett michaels rushed off the stage in the middle of a concert as stunned fans watch in horr horror. details on his medical emergency. >> oh, boy that is a sky deck. 103 stories above the ground and it cracks beneath the feet of tourists. how this happens? >> does this girl's high school yearbook photo look indecent to you? one school going to great length to make sure students are covered up. has it crossed the line? "fox & friends first" starts right now. >> good morning to you. go we have our summer concert for "fox & friends". we will tell you all about that. this is "fox & friends first". i am heather nauert in for ainsley earhardt. >> i am heather childers. nice to have you here. thank you for joining us. we begin with this. brett michaels suffering a frightening health scare. he was three songs into his set when he was rushed off stage at the palace theater in manchester. he had extremely low blood sugar. his guitarist writing this on facebook, in the nine years i have stood next to him i have never seen a look like the one on
>> this is a highly nuanced portraf the late 1800s. we follow the lives of mark twain, brett hart, charles warren stoddard as they help birth a new wave of literature that was to leave a permanent mark on the american literary canon. ben's portrait beautifully captures the complexity of the relationships between the writers and offers a valuable look at post-civil war west coast and provides the kind of perfect medium for the development of bohemia. it is a rich feast of history that really unwinds many different threads. both of the writers and the city that helped host their exploits. ben is the author of another book, the counterfeiter's paradise, which is published by penguin press, and his writing has also appeared in the san francisco chronicle, and he's worked at latham's quarterly. it is a delight and a pleasure to have him with us. welcome, ben tarnoff. [applause] >> thank you for that introduction. and thank you all for coming out tonight. i should tell you, i have a little bit of a flu, so if i get a little warm or if my voice gets a little froggy, you'll have to forgiv
up, are we looking at a coverup? republicans are digging deeper and so is brett hr. >> did you change attacks to demonstrations? >> i don't remember. >> you don't remember? >> this is like two years ago. we're still talking -- >> dude -- >> the think that everybody is talking -- i take prilosec otc each morning for my frequent heartburn. because you can't beat zero heartburn. woo hoo! [ male announcer ] prilosec otc is the number one doctor recommended frequent heartburn medicine for 8 straight years. one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. frequent heartburn medicine for 8 straight years. de>>who's got twond rhooves and just got ae. claim status update from geico? this guy, that's who. sfx: bing. and i just got a...oh no, that's mom. sorry. claim status updates. just a tap away on the geico app. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in. with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. ♪ why do results matter so m
for the very first time, brett bear got an answer to where the president was that evening or more specifically, where he was not. brett joins us now. brett, what an extraordinary interview with tommy tonight on your show. explain who tommy is and then i want to show the audience the sound byte he gave you on where the president was that night. >> sure, tommy was the spokesman for the national security counsel. he was in the white house the night of 9/11. he was in the white house situation room the night of 9/11, and he was known to this and briefed susan rice before that sunday talk show. >> right. and when you say 9/11, you mean 9/11 of 2012 -- >> sorry, yes. >> let's listen to the exchange you had with him on where the president was. >> i was in the situation room that night, okay? we didn't know where the ambassador was definitively. >> the president -- >> no, the fact watching video feed, the pact and part of what i think has been a pattern of inaccurate -- in the white house. let me finish my initial statement. the notion that we could, you know, divine motives from a drone feed i think
to act like the press. they still need to ask tough questions and to me, it only seems like brett and henry are the ones doing that. >> michelle, you think it's okay, this big celebrity dinner? >> no, all it is is a bunch of self-obsesseded d.c. media elites laughing with the people they're supposed to be holding accountable. they're sipping champagne while the rest of the country is suffering under this economy and trying to get answers on this administration. >> you're a big time celebrity. you go to the -- -- i don't think this matters. one way or the other, it's a silly thing. what's wrong is that the press itself, i was quoted fairly wily saying probably they're constipated by their own ideology. this irs scandal, the associated press thing, benghazi, all of these things, you're not getting answers. >> hey, what's the problem? >> i'm going to be there tonight. am i going to be able to see you there, too? >> no, i'm visiting here in texas, but you know, the thing about this is you know what? this is a nerd prom. all you guys are envious and jealous. this is really important fo
. brett lavitsky is a veterinarian, here to help you figure it all out. >> okay, dr. brett. >> a lot of people love to get dogs. they're a great warm addition to the family. what should people know before they step out and do it? >> they need the time to take care of them. dogs are a bit more needy with their time considerations. and they're very social and very active. they need exercise, regardless of their age. so even older ones need to get out and take the nice long walk. >> okay. and in terms of cost, people don't realize how much a dog costs. >> i know. >> especially hoda's. >> pet sitters, you know? >> the annual cost depending on the size, we have a couple of options here, can range from anywhere from $500 to $1,000 plus, just for supplies, food, and that's not even talking about -- >> veterinarian -- >> they come to see dr. brett, it is going to cost them. >> a little bit more. >> what do you have for us here? >> we have some of the essentials you would need. and especially here in the city, i can't stress enough getting a good leash, collar, harness if your dog pulls, ever
. correspondent doug mccalaway is live. >> there is a new headline that may be emerging from brett bear's interview with tommy vetoer. vetoer admits to having made significant changes to talking points, adding references to cairo and protests and possibly changing the wording, attacks to demonstrations. that conflicts sharply with some of the testimony of cia director mike more rely. that the white house only made a handful of technical changes. >> did you also change a tax to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. we're talking about the most mundane process. >> everybody is talking -- >> we're talking about the process of editing talking points. that's what bureaucrats do all day long. your producers edit scripts multiple times. >> that and the release of this key ben rose e-mail this week, only through a foya request, congressional request, as well as the white house's defense of that e-mail, is what is parking the gop's move to a select committee. >> and when you have jay carney trying to
that it partners with. the fdic brett edwards wants borrowers to come to him if they have complaints. >> because we want to hear about it, we want to investigate it. there's a lot of controls we have in play. we do annual audits, we do site visits. we thoroughly investigate all complaints. >> but when jesse wrote at least two letters to the fdic detailing his concerns and made dozens of phone calls to the agency, the fdic replied that there was nothing it could do. and its investigation consisted of contacting one of the company's jesse alleges is trying to grab his property. we pressed to find out more from the fdic during a conference call. >> we reported it with the permission of all the parties. here's how the fdic's brett edwards started the call. >> rick and hannah, thanks for doing this. i'm going to turn it over to pat, and he can get into the actual details of this particular situation, thank you. >> he turned the call over to pat as is pat jackson of sabal financial. all of the details about the case that we learned during that call came from pat jackson. the fdic didn'uç provide any spe
): this is the bay area news station, kron 4 news starts now. >> catherine: tonight on for brett in mice infestation's at at least two san francisco walgreen stores we first broke the news to you friday at one store but tonight we have no exclusive details that i would discount. kron4 j.r. stone is live tonight with new the tells. >> reporter: 1 of 2 wahl grant and the spot light. this wall grant and dennis and andy was found close by the health department. inspectors observed a mouse feces on shelves and floors. including all around children's toys and clothes and shoes. still concerns are out there over yet another walgreen store. walgreen's this issue a statement that they were committed up to provide a clean environment for their employees and customers. allow us to correlate inspect and clean everything is we apologize for the inconvenience all services friday evening and all the stores affected. >> catherine: now at 8:00 p.m. prosecutors are asking for the death penalty for the men accused of killing a south bay cheerleader. and toland garcia torahs will face the death penalty after pleading n
king of pop. it makes it our "play of the day." >> 17-year-old brett nichols brought "billie jean" back to life at his school talent show, wowing the crowd with jackson's signature moves. ♪ >> that's awesome. brett says he's been practicing to dance like michael for about ten years. and it shows. the video has nearly 2 million views on youtube. >> wow, oh, wow. am i the only one that's thinking about "napoleon dynamite"? >> no.-9ñ it occurred to me, too. "napoleon dynamite" doing michael. >> this is so great. wow. ten years. >> even that part.ym he went up on his toes. love it. >> it never gets old. >> good stuff. >>> up next in "the pulse," a new list of the richest actors has some big surprises. >>> plus, a baby goat takes its very first steps. valve problem. that puts her at a greater risk of stroke. rome? sure! before xarelto®, mary took warfarin, which required monthly trips to get her blood tested. but that's history. back to the museum? not this time! now that her doctor switched her to once-a-day xarelto®, mary can leave those monthly trips behind. domestic flight? not toda
the internet by storm and kept the king firmly in the spotlight this week. if it reaches the spotlight, brett may have had something to do with it. i had the opportunity to speak with the internet's newest superstar last night. okay, you're 17 years old which sort of begs the question how you became such a big fan of michael jackson, how did that happen? >> it all started in 2001, i discovered his video, i thought no one else can make a dance that looks that good. it caught my attention, i thought it would be cool if i could do that. >> so how did you go about doing it, going from not doing these moves to really being just the spitting image of him as you move? >> well, it really sort of took off the time youtube came out. and all the short moves were easy to find. really after that i was able to practice, just watching him. there is no other way to learn. >> so you studied and studied and you were able to replicate this. as i watched your classmates, they were going nuts for you. was this the first time they had seen you perform as michael jackson? >> no, not really. i had performed a few ye
like movie stars on opening night, a long way from the look brett favre went with when he was chosen in 1991. jon gruden is a super bowl winning coach and analyst for espn. >> i don't know if it's a good thing or bad thing, but it's a made for tv event now, and these young players are more noticeable than they have ever been before. >> reporter: this draft day comes after an nfl season marked by a $765 million settlement between the league and thousands of retired players over concussion-related brain injuries. by hazing acquisitions from former miami dolphin jonathan martin and murder charges against former patriots' tight end, aaron hernandez. are raiders' fans the craziest? >> they are. >> reporter: and the draft experts that spend 12 months preparing for this one night. the god father of this group is mel kuiper jr. in the days before the draft became a highly rated tv show, nfl teams made their picks in smoke-filled rooms with the player's names scribbled on to a blackboard. a quant exercise next to the modern pageant that made football a year round sport. willie geist, nbc news
the lakefront was 25 degrees warmer. the afternoon is pretty nice. this is what we call a drive slot. brett where the jet stream plows into and spins up a storm system. we will have sunshine gusty wind and slowly lowering humidity's. he thinks 76 tomorrow and 81 on mother's day. it is interesting that yesterday we were warmer than the primarilphoenix l.a.. look at the temperatures there. everyone of them was below the 89 that we had in chicago yesterday. >> and is 70 malan chicago. there's been modest cooling. it is a beautiful day out there. >> there's a flood advisory. winter storm watches. the next one could lay down another and children. actual amounts may vary. you will be touching some rain. here is a map of how much rain through monday morning. these will come in bursts. it will not be in all we can bring. chance of thunderstorms rest of the day. 70 percent on monday. there could be severe weather on monday or monday night. 74 at midway. nothing shoddy about those readings. can cut and degrees of of a temperature of 20 degrees above normal >> the wind is sustained at o'hare. we have
thanks and congratulations to john, pat and brett and also they hold a 10th anniversary party and raised funds for the lukemia and lymphoma society which john is very active in. john and his family are native san franciscoans so congratulations to high dive. also going from best dive bar to the nation's best restaurant, just la last week the john berd awards were announced for restaurants nationwide, the john beard awards -- sorry, james -- are the authors for restaurants in all kinds of categories and slanted door won for the nation's most outstanding restaurant, which according to the james beard foundation, means that they serve as a national standard bearer for consistent quality and excellence in food, atmosphere and service and they have to qualify to be eligible tough to have operated for at least 10 years or more, consecutive years. we're really very proud of the slanted
research center. a former federal prosecutor and edit tore and begin with brett. brett, what do we learn from this? >> well, what we learn is that a reporter during the obama administration and obama administration official are indistinguishable. they both sound like political operatives, which is what they were. the media's role is supposed to be a watchdog on power, and what you've got in the obama years is a press that is blatantly supporting this administration and blatantly taking the side and becoming the mouthpiece for this administration. it doesn't matter whether that story was true or not, but it matters in this case is that this reporter from the ap immediately took administration's position and immediately wanted to go after fox because of a dislike for the fox news. >> you know, we looked because of this, we went back and said what was being said that night on fox he is calling utter bs? going back over it, there wasn't a whole lot to be honest, but there was some coverage that night on o'reilly. o'reilly said it was likely a coordinated attack in his opinion. he said the fi
. a stunning new development. on capitol hill, james rosen with the very latest. james? >> reporter: brett, good evening. john boehner announced his chamber will soon vote to create a special select house committee to investigate the benghazi attacks. the ohio republican had long resisted the calls, but he cited the may ills showing that benefit rhodes plays a critical early role in shaping a false narrative of the attacks. these revelations compelled the house to take every possible action to ensure the american people have the truth, adding i tend for this committee to have robust authority. the panel will be bipartisan, but like the house, controlled by the gop. brett? >> i guess this means the main stream media will have to cover this story a bit more now. >> that would stand to reason. we're talking about the formation of a dedicated congressional committee with subpoena power that will likely be live streaming testimony from key witnesses. >> thank you, james. that was the bombshell on the hill. just down pennsylvania avenue, the other bombshell, an e-mail emanating from the white ho
. >> published a two-day-old story. let me move you to the brett bear interview, talking about the editing of the talking points. well, let's take another look. >> did you also change attacks to demonstrations in the talking points? >> maybe. i don't really remember. >> you don't remember? >> dude, this was like two years ago. we're still talking about the most mundane process. >> dude, it is the thing everybody is talking about. >> dude. >> come on, tommy. my 14-year-old son doesn't say the word dude anymore. second of all, props to brett for coming right back at him and saying, dude, this is important. it spawned a hash tag on social media, #dude. i think really what this shows, he comes on fox news and then says he doesn't know and that it's a 2-year-old story when there's a brand new e-mail. >> let me also play something from the white house briefing room. i think what elevated this story was jay carney fencing with reporters for cbs and cnn and abc as well as fox's ed henry. here's a brief look. >> do you need a copy of the cia talking points? >> read them out all you want. go ahead.
brett bear interviewed toll me and spoke to him and when brett pressed him and said where did you get this video story? answer to that is there were guys in the newspaper quoted saying that's why they were there. that's not the intelligence community. >> now we know what they basically got together for a strategy session and decided yes, the video that sounds good. mark, the press core we saw a couple weeks ago, the press may be turning on president obama. do you buy that? >> i don't think so. it's about how this is part of an exercise that is scandalous as republicans are doing this. >> mark, don't you think. >> don't you think republicans have done some partisanship to fuel that and to make it easy for the white house and allies in the press to say this is just trying -- >> howy, you ask the questions on your sunday show. i'm asking the ones on this show. go ahead, mark. [ laughter ] >> sure, there are republicans who have partisan comments on it but look, as carls said on your show last night, this is no advantage for them doing this. if anything, there is a lot of risk. going into
for their loved ones. which brings me to the story of two brothers, kyle and brett of rochford, michigan. kyle, an army specialist, was injured during his first deployment to afghanistan. sustaining multiple pelvis fractures and ankle injury, and nerve damage to most of his right leg. when kyle first came to the white house in 2013 he was in a wheelchair. when he came to our home, the vice president's residence, just a few months later, he was walking. kyle will tell you that much of his progress is due to the fact that his older brother brett was able to help serve as his care giver and brett will tell you that the reason he was able to help his brother kyle was because of the v.a.'s care giver rule which was signed by president obama in 2011. the v.a. caregiver rule provides training, counseling, supportive services and a living say to pend to post-9/11 -- say to pend to post-9/11 caregivers. that kept his job open so brett could fill this important role for his brother. now, brett is back in chicago at his job and kyle is doing great. and they both credit the care giver rule as critical to
was covered highways began today. >> pam: developing a strong texas and what fighter brett and an entire town outside our morale is now 75 percent contained andrew spencer has the story. >> reporter: plans driven by strong shifting winds ripped through the bush in the texas panhandle thick black smoke-out rose on the area as it blocked the sun. huntington has county emergency management reported winds gusting up to 50 mi. per hour cruise came to help fight the fire from department all over the area. only later would officially understand the extent of the damage to the fire is started late sunday afternoon has destroyed is spending 100 homes before midnight. officials and french system fire covers hundreds of acres of put their entire town and risk of fire threatens more than 1000 homes. seven to 800 people evacuated seen taking shelter at a church and at the gym at a local high school. >> pam: coming up at 545 the one morning about cervical cancer for certain women. and next developing those a political rival of klay i can aken has died will we know about the death. >> pam: here is to look a
. we don't know what the doctor said. she's hidden a lot of it. >> brett, it opens a can of worms. is it a plus or minus now? >> i think the fact that it comes from karl rove a noted republican strategist probably diminishes any harm that it might do her at this stage because it looks unmistakably partisan whether he intended or not. who knows. look, he did put it out there. so i'm sure he didn't put it out there with the hope of helping her. he wants the issue to be raised. sooner or later, shannon, it will be raised. you get close to the presidency, you have to release health records to show that you are, you know, in good enough condition to hold the office. she is approaching the age where ronald reagan, that ronald reagan had reached when he ran for president in 1980. something we'll be dealing with at some point. john mccain had to deal with it. others as well. eisenhower had a heart attack while in office. that set off alarm bells. reagan himself in the debate of 1984, that renewed questions about whether he was as one correspondent put it, you know, okay. so there's nothin
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her breast was grabbed from behind my place officer and brett lee bow belt. she instinctively responded by elbowing build on the face you shortly suffered a seizure. as shown in the video shortly thereafter what are absurdly long drawn out process yesterday. mcmillan was found guilty of second degree assault mean she could face up to seventy years in prison to look at some other stories making news around the world around one hundred and fifty masked protesters clashed with security forces west of venezuela's capital caracas riot police along with national guard troops fired tear gas rubber bullets in it and to disperse the demonstrators violent protests against the left wing government of nikos the door of her started in february and they have claimed at least forty one alliance with six hundred people injured and over a hundred address . the there have been anti fascist protesters in austria and greece over recent events in ukraine in athens hundreds marched on the e his office is outraged by the massacre good asset quality be an anti activists demonstrated against greece a
will not be back after 6 seasons. brett burns will be moved back to defenseman. >>> khalile black calling the black hole home for at least four years. $18.7 million contract. the second-year draft pick along with corner back dante johnson today has his perfect model in the same locker room. >> i really pay attention to that. so being able to watch and have their opportunity to learn is awesome, you know. not too many people get to learn from a guy who probably will go into the hall of fame. >> the championship game has a new, luxurious home. brand new levi stadium will host the conference championship decider for the next three years. friday, december 5th, game set. >> our fan base, probably 80 plus percent have some type of a pac-12 affiliation. most importantly, to the great student athletes in the pac-12. >> with thoughts on the mind, earthquake star among 21 players who started training sessions for the upcoming world cup. the u.s. team has two weeks of practice including one at the stick may 27th. >> it's a huge honor. any time you get to put this crest over your heart and be a part of this an
this topic. barbara hannah grufferman is a contributing editor and dr. brett osborne is a neurosurgeon. excuse me. >> hello, fancy. good morning. >> let's talk. what are the real symptoms of dementia because i think a lot of people aren't quite sure. >> or they think dementia is the same as alzheimer's. >> that's a big misconception. dementia is a group of symptoms. alzheimer's is a brian disease. and that's the difference right there. alzheimer's is under the umbrella of dementia. and alzheimer's is 70% to 80% of dementia cases. that's number one. >> if you were misdiagnosed with alzheimer's when it was dementia. >> a lot of people are probably forgetting things and can't remember names or keys. should they be concerned there is dementia at play? >> that's a good question. that always happens to me, and it is in the range of normal. >> it is a great question. and just like your iphone, your computer has glitches, we have these glitches on occasion. and those occasional glitches are completely normal. and within the realms of normalcy. when they become contiguous and start affecting yo
first name and what you do in the soap- making progress. >> i am brett i ship out the orders quickly. >>in jade i do bagging. >> i will skoulter and i make the soap. >> i am the barn manage and i sweep the hall and feed the goats and milk them. >>im indig. and i run the rom. >> and i am fletcher and i am the tour guyed which means i am responsible for showing everybody around. i am graden and i feed the baby goats. >> i am hadden and i milk the goats. >> they are all hard- working young americans. >> they are all learning responsibility and learn how to run a business. and things that are obviously people elected to the congress who haven't learned what these guys know. i wonder if we could pass on the wonderful lessons. did you think it would grow as big as it turned into? >> i had no idea it would roach that scope. i wanted to teach the children that work was a good thing and i wanted toous goat milk stuff if you can find work to help people and you enjoy doing that the best kind of work there is and doing it together as a family, doesn't get better than that. >> what a beautiful s
-- for me. brett -- wect expect credit suisse to plead guilty in the united states. will deutsche bank continue to do work with credit suisse if the pleads guilty? >> another hypothetical, very difficult for me to answer without context. >> thank you for your time. >> we are now joined by hans nichols in berlin. talk to me about this additional capital. is it going to cover legal costs are not? -- or not? >> he dodged that question. in part because he cannot know, he cannot possibly know what the total bill is going to be for litigation costs. they are saying this is all part of a conservative estimate. even though they recognize and acknowledge that they cannot possibly have any certainty, either on the regulatory front or the litigation front, there is one part in his answer where he talked about you can never have certainty on regulation, he seems to be saying that with a certain amount of resignation. two other parts really stood out for me. one, there is no science behind this number. this is a figure they arrived at through some other mechanism. second, they will not help finance
over this offering. in the fifth, brett lowrie with his eighth. later in the inning, two men on, brandon moss cannot handle the bouncer to first. both runners will score. jays up 4-1. last chance in the ninth. a's lose 5-2. they dropped three in a row. >>> seniors in michigan for the pga championship. knocks it down. he carded eight birdies on the day. the legend, tom watson, birdie on 6. langer knocks it in. he is all alone in second. can't count him out. they are chasing colin montgomerie. nine iron off the tee. he stuck that. he would go on to birdie en route to a 68. >>> i hope you are having a great memorial day weekend while we're working. we'll see you tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m. and the world cup coming up in a couple of weeks. hope everybody is getting ready for it. it is an event that brings all countries and people of all kinds together. >> practice shouting goal! >> looking forward to it. >> thank you. that will do it for tonight. abc 7 news continues tomorrow morning at 5:00. for all of us here at abc 7 news thank you for joining us. and the news continues online,
and the list to. >>: 620 right now rock star brett michaels off the stage right during a concert he was giving after he fell seriously ill during the performance gap in last night's and manchester new hampshire. guitarist pete e. vick issued a statement on the band's website saying that michael appear to be suffering from an episode of extremely low blood sugar. paramedics were evaluating and read my post twitter a composted 8 tweets thinking the emt for their rapid response and care. >>: good morning and new facebook feature set to robot over the next couple of weeks has privacy groups up in arms. states into the kron4 through sunday, it's posturepedic through sunday, it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. mattress price wars end sunday at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ ithe part of us that a littwants to play,on. wants to be mischievous, wants to run free, all you have to do is let it out. find your inner minion only at the despicable me minion mayhem ride
. ♪ ♪ >>> on a bittersweet note we say good-bye to producer brett. he has spent the last three years traveling the world and reporting on important stories. as he leaves for arizona he will be dearly missed here and we wish him the best of luck. i worked with him at the white house and he is a great producer and an even better man. >> yeah but did you see that smile on his face? he's like so long suckers, don't call me, aislei'll call you. >> i don't think so. >> no he liked it here. it was a joke. we wish him the best. >> good luck brett. that does it for us. be sure to tune in to cbs evening news with scott pelley. how trains coming female announcer: get three years interest-free financing on brand name mattress sets. plus, get free delivery, and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest free for 3 event, ends sunday. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >>> good morning. i'm michelle greetingo. griego. a number of protests are planned for all over the bay area. people all over the world are taking part in what's known as international labor day. >>> a fire
autographs as guide jump the various and plunge brett said in the face he was tackled the alkalis security in the autumn of the jail the the said this guy's done this before what is do something stupid on red carpet must take a look at one of the premiers that he was that and then as the one on a light where miracle ferraro was at the festival to get the attention of this summit jumped over they consume, bearded trying to address. million of punch brett bracket a lookout for possible arsonists will look dealt with now more and about amani accused of choking the teenage boy with the the the hell more stomachaches next. good morning time right now is 931 kron 4 maureen mills take a look outside the top from that my cabinet concede frequent party clear conditions but we do have concerns about fire dangers monochrome and out and fairfield we are looking at increased for redemption to a caucus this evening when scheck optical done as we get into tomorrow temperatures as much as 10 preschoolers of slander what conditions were looking at 10 percent chance of showers so we do have some changes att
cheryl atkinson and the host of special report brett bear. guys, welcome to the program. glad you're with us. >> thanks, sean. >> let me start with you. you are objective reporters, i come at this a little differently. i have a political point of view. i want to make sure the audience has the facts. your reaction to the news conference, is this plausible considering the data, this is three days after the attack. >> if you were to believe, sean, what jay carney said today, they are saying that ben rhodes was prepping susan rice for the sunday shows and was typing up an e-mail memo that dealt with other places and not benghazi, specifically not benghazi. he doesn't reference that in the e-mail by the way, but she's going on the sunday shows just days after the attack. now, the key to this whole thing is that the deputy director of the cia at the time, mike morrell in vent weeks testified on cale -- capitol hill, when she mentioned it, it was on talking points. when she mentioned the video he testified on the hill, that caught him by surprise. because that was not in anything that th
not miss brett baier's special tonight about benghazi. >> the obama administration was derelict in the benghazi attack and was dishonest in the aftermath. and the national press doesn't give a damn? >> to me, the equivalent of what was discovered with the nixon tapes. >> it's watergate, it's orwellian? they can't give enough of this fake scandal. we've seen this phony scandal machine before. a.c.o.r.n., fast and furious, the irs, republicans don't have a real agenda, so they're desperate to gin up a scandal, any scandal. because they don't have a positive agenda. joining me now are jo madison and bill press. thank you for being here. >> hi, reverend al. >> do republicans really think the american people don't know what's going on here? >> that's what they think, but they think incorrectly. an to add to the -- what you said, this congress led by republicans, particularly in the house of representatives supported the senate if i'm not mistaken, they have passed fewer legislative bills. then in other words, make law than any congress since world war ii. or the beginning of world wa
fox news, actually, and he saw our coverage of the first w 100 k bike ride with brett bear. and he was so inspired by that, he decided he wanted to ride. chris, tell me about your injury. what happened to you? >> a suicide bomber hit me and i got some head trauma, broke a bunch of bones in the face and broke my back, broke both my legs and had a lot of shrapnel. took about a year to recover from that. >> reporter: how does it feel to be on the bike? >> awesome. so glad to get back on the bicycle. >> reporter: what's it like with president bush? >> you can tele cares for the veterans. just like anybody else. he crashed right in front of us today. went down hard, got right back up and was ready to roll again. >> reporter: chris, thanks for joining me. >> looks like you had an amazing ride and our thanks to chris for his service. he's a true hero, along with all the other riders there. and our thanks to president bush. have a great rest of the day there. >> chris, you're a hero. >> have a great day. >>> she's no criminal, but a virginia based reporter got a shock when she found out th
as i team is prepared. bellwood open and as you can see the brett blaze of directed. open my front door and saw flames. i was down the street and i saw the flames shooting up >>: wind of the mysteries of how far that is. and what i did not know until as for this out or are my central hoss house whether it back out here live in to the extent of the damage to this mobile home. this community is part of cape cod villages with a single living community. everyone seems to know each other very well as with a huge concern for what happened to the to the residents of the hall that a fire department is still investigating our cause and origin of the fire this morning. what of that we're talking about is & chance for the east bay and installed bay. maybe 20 percent chance for later on tonight but in terms of the north bay of angry and wives are you may see a raindrop or two later on today. this is a satellite of guilt. this and that coverage will increase as we go through the day the upper 60s and london as we head toward the latter after not ours if an intimate chat the charter comes into play.
. who's the enemy anchored by brett beige at ten tonight eastern and tomorrow night 9:00 p.m. oastern. you can catch me on julie ban dars. and i have tweeted throughout the show. i didn't get distracted a bit. i hope not. huckabee starts right now. we'll see you back here, same time, same place, same channel. >> tonight on huckabee. >> i want the members of this committee to find the facts for the families that lost their loved ones. >> speaker boehner announce a select committee. democrats a cows the republicans of playing politics. >> committee members join the governor tonight. >> guys, do you know what civics is? >> car. richard dreyfuss said the basic lack of knowledge of
brett silver led us on a like to this tree that is thousands of years old already damaged by a fire, but clearly still alive. yet, it has been cut on. as many as 18 times by thieves who are after the burrow. emilie burn with save the redwood says it is the tree's stem cells. >> they allow the trees thrive on in new generations giving rise to sprouts to take their place. so when the it is taken away, it actually reduces the tree's chance to be able to reprothe deuce. >> it is also what provides the colors, grains, and textures so highly prized in furniture, bowls and other souvenirs. and where there is a demand, poachers have found a way to provide an illegal supply. >> a food camp 8. this tree is right on the side of the road. at eye level, they made a couple wedge cuts into the tree. they took a piece from the front, one from here. but what they couldn't get to is the big per burl that's overhead. >> rangers are closing the parks at night to try to put a stop to the thefts. but there is only one ranger for every 10,000-acres, and poachers are getting more dare. >> here is one that
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